Backcountry Skiing Iceland

The Radical Sabbatical unofficially kicked off in April 2014 when we visited the West Fjords of Iceland for a week-long backcountry tour of Hornstrandir with good friends. We were fortunate to have a friend of Brandon’s, Einar Svensson, hook us up with Borea Adventures to build out the week of exploring and pushing beyond our physical (and emotional in my case at least) limits! In the end, we all had an amazing time in Iceland.

Check out this 64 second clip of our trip!

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Categories: Iceland | Tags: , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Backcountry Skiing Iceland

  1. Xiu-Jing

    Does this mean you didn’t shower for a week? It’s a good thing you had to wear multiple layers!

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  3. Terry "Trader T"

    A great trailer. Unfortunately, I’m expecting a major motion picture 😉

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